Random Girl: ...And mommy kissed daddy, and the angel told the stork, and the stork flew down from heaven, and left a diamond under a leaf, in the cabbage patch, and then the diamond turned into a baby!
Pugsly: Our parents are having a baby too.
Wednesday: They had sex.
Todd: Daddy, was Mommy a monkey? I can't remember.
Ned: No one was ever a monkey! Everything is what it was and always will be! God put us here and that's that!
Todd: But you said a stork brought me.
Ned: Um...that was God disguised as a stork.
Rod: Who brings baby storks?
Ned: There's no such thing as storks! It's all God!
Todd: (praying to a stuffed stork) Please bless Daddy...
Ned: STOP PRAYING TO THAT STORK!
—The Simpsons, "The Monkey Suit"
"A stork was a large European bird, about half the size of a Bermuda Ern. Children who wanted to know where babies came from were sometimes told that they were brought by storks. People who told their children such a thing felt that their children were too young to think intelligently about wide-open beavers and all that."